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Marius L. VIZER IJF President Mr. Lance NADING President of USA Mr. Jose H. RODRIGUEZ CEO of USA Judo The best young judoka in the world are making their way to Miami, USA, for their most important event of the year, the Junior World Championships, Miami 2014. The event is our second and final World Championships of 2014 and represents the penultimate challenge for our most promising judoka before stepping up to the senior stage. The last Junior World Championships were held in 2013 in Ljubianja, Slovenia, and we saw numerous judoka move up to perform well at the senior Worlds in Russia. We are expecting a very high level entry and I am sure the event will once again prove to be one of the highlights of the World Judo Tour. Our hosts, USA Judo, successfully hosted their first Grand Prix last year in Miami as well as the Cadet World Championships. We must thank them for their desire to develop judo across the country and congratulate them for their tremendous delivery of high-profile events. On behalf of the IJF and myself, I wish good luck to all of the countries and athletes. I wish them to show what is best in judo, in the respect of the rules and the traditions of our sport. Dear Presidents, Greetings to all from the United States of American and the USA Judo family ! We are honored that the International Judo Federation, under the leadership of Mr.

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Marius L. VIZER IJF President
Mr. Lance NADING President of USA
Mr. Jose H. RODRIGUEZ CEO of USA Judo
The best young judoka in the world are making their way to Miami, USA, for their most important event of the year, the Junior World Championships, Miami 2014.
The event is our second and final World Championships of 2014 and represents the penultimate challenge for our most promising judoka before stepping up to the senior stage. The last Junior World Championships were held in 2013 in Ljubianja, Slovenia, and we saw numerous judoka move up to perform well at the senior Worlds in Russia.
We are expecting a very high level entry and I am sure the event will once again prove to be one of the highlights of the World Judo Tour.
Our hosts, USA Judo, successfully hosted their first Grand Prix last year in Miami as well as the Cadet World Championships. We must thank them for their desire to develop judo across the country and congratulate them for their tremendous delivery of high-profile events.
On behalf of the IJF and myself, I wish good luck to all of the countries and athletes. I wish them to show what is best in judo, in the respect of the rules and the traditions of our sport.
Dear Presidents,
Greetings to all from the United States of American and the USA Judo family ! We are honored that the International Judo Federation, under the leadership of Mr. Marius Vizer, has once again selected one of our beautiful cities in the USA, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to host the 2014 edition of the World Junior Championships.
We welcome all delegations from throughout the world to Ft. Lauderdale Beach, famous for its beautiful beaches and Spring break gathering of College students.
The competition venue will be the nationally famous Greater Ft. Lauderdale Broward Convention Center, located within a few feet of Port Everglades and less than 2 kilometers from the Ft. Lauderdale beaches.
We welcome all of the great Junior athletes from around the world to the USA and also welcome all of our referees and technical officials, and coaches who will help us make this event a great success.
Lastly, welcome to all of the parents and friends who will have travelled far and wide to enjoy the beautiful Florida weather and the great competitions that these IJF World Junior Championships will offer.
Lastly, we want to thank our sponsor; Broward County Convention & Visitors Bureau, who have been gratuitous in helping host these World Championships in the beautiful Broward County Convention Center. This is a great venue in the heart of what many call the Venice of the Americas; Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Please accept our invitation to join us!
Best Regards,
JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, FT LAUDERDALE, FL 2014
1. PROGRAM DATE TIME Friday 17 All-Day October Saturday 18 All-Day October Sunday 19 All-Day October Monday 20 12:00-21:00 October 9:00-12:00 14:00 After draw Tuesday 21 October
Wednesday 22 October Day 1
Thursday 23 October Day 2
Friday 24 October Day 3
19:30-20:00 20:00-20:30
10:00 17:00
19:30-20:00 20:00-20:30
10:00 17:00
19:30-20:00 20:00-20:30
10:00 17:00
19:30-20:00 20:00-20:30
ACTIVITY
Delegation arrivals
Delegation arrivals
Arrival-IJF Executive Committee IJF Staff and Guests
Control of entries and accreditation
Control of entries and accreditation Technical Meeting & Draw Press Conference Referee Meeting
Weigh in Men 55kg, 60kg/Women 44kg, 48kg Unofficial weigh in Official weigh in M55kg, 60kg/W44kg, 48kg Preliminaries (on 3 mats) Final Block Repechage Finals and Semi-Finals (on 2 mats) Bronze Medal Contests (on 2 mats) Finals (on 1 mat) / Award Ceremonies Press conference with Medal winners Weigh in M66kg, 73kg/W52kg, 57kg Unofficial weigh in Official weigh in M66kg, 73kg/W52kg, 57kg Preliminaries (on 3 mats) Final Block Repechage Finals and Semi-Finals (on 2 mats) Bronze Medal Contests (on 2 mats) Finals (on 1 mat) / Award Ceremonies Press conference with Medal winners Weigh in M81kg, 90kg/W63kg, 70kg Unofficial weigh in Official weigh in M81kg, 90kg/W63kg, 70kg Preliminaries (on 3 mats) Final Block (on 2 mats) Repechage Finals and Semi-Finals (on 2 mats) Bronze Medal Contests (on 2 mats) Finals (on 1 mat) / Award Ceremonies Press conference with Medal winners Weigh in M100kg, +100kg/W78kg, +78kg Unofficial weigh in Official weigh in
Embassy Suites
Embassy Suites
Lago Mar Hotel
Embassy Suites Hotel
Embassy Suites Hotel Broward County Convention Center
Embassy Suites and Hilton Hotels
Broward County Convention Center Broward County Convention Center
Embassy Suites and Hilton Hotels
Broward County Convention Center Broward County Convention Center
Embassy Suites and Hilton Hotels
Broward County Convention Center Broward County Convention Center
Embassy Suites and Hilton Hotels
Saturday 25 October Day 4
Sunday 26 October Day 5 Monday 27 October Tuesday 28 October Wednesday 29 October
10:00 16:00 17:00
19:30-20:00 20:00-20:30
10:00 17:00
M100kg, +100kg/W78kg, +78kg Preliminaries (on 3 mats) Draw for Team Event Final Block Repechage Finals And Semi-Finals (on 2 mats) Bronze Medal Contests (on 2 mats) Finals (on 1 mat) Award Ceremonies Press conference with Medal winners Weigh in Team competition Unofficial weigh in Official weigh in Team Competition Competition start Final Block Departure of Delegations Training Camp
Training Camp
Training Camp
22-26 October 2014
Broward County Convention Center Broward County Convention Center
Embassy Suites and Hilton Hotels
Broward County Convention Center Broward County Convention Center Broward County Convention Center Broward County Convention Center
2. ORGA RS udo  y pic - o orado pr ngs, CO 80909 6-4 o 2- o cu fices (Miami, FL) 786-332-4338 Fax jud usaju ajudo.us lina.carvajal@usajudo.us
LO I & COMPETITION PLACE 14 n of t IJ orld nior Championships will be held in the City of Ft. rdal , i rox. 5 miles from Miami International airport, and 5  I l Airport. This airport is located but 5-10 minutes o l , only about 6 minutes from the Headquarter Hotel ---m assy —(a Hilton chain hotel property). We recommend all the delegations to arrive at Ft Lauderdale International Airport the primary ai , iam econdary. Direct flights from many hub cities arrive at Ft Lauderdale In ti is only 5 minute ride to the main hotel and venue; whereas Miami is a 4 Min ride without traffic, as with traffic could be 1.5 hours) to main hoteland venue. i n v ill be the Greater Ft. Lauderdale Broward County Convention  e of the largest convention centres in the nation, and while USA w e s ng e World Junior Championships up in one of the ballrooms, below a multi-million boat show will be getting ready for the shows grand opening a few days later. The Convention Center is located within 100 meters from the A Level hotel Hilton Marina, and about 300 meters walk from the main headquarter hotel – B Level Embassy Suites by Hilton. At the end of the event, we will offer a training camp for all of those wishing to stay a few more days. We hope that these World Junior Championships will be a great experience for all of the attendees. Just please make your reservations and entries early so that we can properly plan your participation and arrival.
JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, FT LAUDERDALE, FL 2014
COMPETITON PLACE Greater Ft. Lauderdale Broward County Convention Center 1950 Eisenhower Blvd. - Ft. Lauderdale, FL 3331 4. HOTELS GORY A - Hilton 17th Street Causeway & Marina 1 SE 17 Street Causeway Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 1 ers walk to competition site
Hotel is located within 100 meters walk of the competition venue, and about 1.2 kilometers from Ft. Lauderdale beach. There are many restaurants and food supermarket within a 300-400 meters walk of this hotel. The hotel is within a 350 meters walk from the Headquarter Hotel. Official weight in will take place at this property as well as the Headquarter hotel.
Room Type & Cost Single Room - $210.00 USD per night includes breakfast Double Room - $150.00 USD per night per person includes breakfast
Meals Plan Lunch - $30.00 USD per person per day (note: all lunches during the competition days will be served at the Convention Center ) Dinner- $45.00 USD per person perday
CATEGORY B - Embassy Suites Hotel Ft. Lauderdale—HEADQUARTER HOTEL 1100 SE 17th St. Causeway - Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 Apprx. 400 meters walk from Competition Venue
It is located but a short walk from the competition venue, and is next door to several shopping centers featuring restaurants, food markets, and other shopping amenities. The Embassy Suites is located but 6 minutes from Ft. Lauderdale International airport, and about 2 Kilometers from Ft. Lauderdale Beaches.
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Every room at the Embassy Suites Hotel is a spacious suite with separate living room with mini kitchen (microwave, refrigerator sink and coffee maker) and very large bedroom.
The Embassy Suites Ft. Lauderdale will be the main Headquarter hotel, where delegations check in will be taking place, as well as accreditation and control of nations will be taking carried out. Official weights will be also done in this hotel as well as the Hilton 17th Street hotel which is the Category A hotel for the event.
Room Type & Cost Single Room -- $199.00 USD per night includes breakfast Double Room -- $140.00 USD per night per person includes breakfast Triple Room $110.00 USD per night per person includes breakfast Quad Room $90.00 USD per night per person includes breakfast
Meals Plan Lunch- $30.00 USD per person per day(Please note that all lunch will be served at the competition venue during the days of the competitions) Dinner- $42.00 USD per person per day
Reservations for all Accommodations Hotel reservations can ONLY be made through the Organizer on a first come first served basis. Hotel reservations must be made before 11 September. Full payment must be received by 18 September 2014 (Bank transfer account please refer to the below information).
Possible reservations of extra rooms at the check-in will be surcharged with 10%. NO exceptions will be made. All bank fees and bank transfer costs are to be paid by the participation federation.
Cancellation fees: up to 30 days before the arrival, full refund. From 30-10 days before the arrival 50% of the payment. After the 2 October 2014 any cancellation of rooms or no-show will result in 100% of the charge of the hotel costs. Cancelations of the rooms cannot be made at the check-in.
IMPORTANT: All damages to property of hotels or venues resulting from the stay of a national delegation shall be charged to federation and paid in full.
Bank transfer account (Please input below information correctly and completely on the transfer do nt, any procedure related to amendment for the bank transfer has to be done by the pa ation team before arrival to Ft. Lauderdale/Miami.
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USA Judo 1 Olympic Plaza Colorado Springs, CO 80909 USA UMB Bank 9872085795 101 N. Cascade Colorado Springs, CO 80903 UMKCUS44
. D TRANSPORT  ill provide free of charge transportation for competing delegations from Ft Lauderdale International Airport the primary airport, and Miami secondary.
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6. INSURANCE Each National Federation is responsible for its competitors (the control of non-pregnancy as well as the gender control are placed under the responsibility of the National Federations) and must assume all responsibility for accident and health insurance as well as the civil liabilities for their competitors and officials, during the Judo World Junior Championships. The organizer of the Judo World Junior Championships and the IJF will not be responsible for any insurance related to the above mentioned matters. Nevertheless National Judo Federation staging the Junior World Judo Championships shall take all necessary actions to provide insurance coverage against civil liability for the entire ration. orga f the World Junior Championships and the IJF has no liability y inju ness or death arising out of the participation and traveling in co cti hes nts.
7. EADLIN OR APPLICATION I to better assist the participating delegations, the organizers ask that the following forms be co te d either fax or email back. These forms can be found at the end of t p . F ry (e ry b ber)22 August 2014-- complete & submit Form A Hotel Reserva ion:11 September 2014n : r a will not be able to guarantee rate – Reservations will be is) - complete and submit Form B
Visa request (MUST with Passport Copies):2 September 2014 Note: USA Judo will assist with the application of entry visas to the United States of America but require that delegations submit this form by2 September 2014- complete and submit Form D
Hotel payment:18 September 2014 Note: Reservations not paid by this date will not be guarantee and hotel rooms may be assigned based on availability
Travel information:5 October 2014The organizers will guarantee transportation from Ft. Lauderdale International Airport to the officials hotels only if this form is completed and submitted on time -- Form C
Final Entry (entry by names): The registration must be done on the IJF online registration system athttps://www.judobase.orgby1 October 2014 23:59 CET!
Nations missing the registration deadline will not be allowed to start. No exceptions will be made! All competitors, coaches and officials must be entered in time. After the deadline no additional persons can be added.
NOTE: It will be allowed to replace already registered coaches or officials; competitors only in the case of an injury.
For any support please contact registration@ijf.org before end of the deadline.
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8. C ROL OF ENTRIES AND ACC DITATION The control of entries and issuing of accreditation cards will take place at Embassy Suites Hotel h e tou ment main headquarters hotel:  • Monday 20 October 2014 from 12:00 to 21:00  • Tuesday 21 October 2014 from 09:00 to 12:00
l ial must attend in time to confirm the entries of all athletes and officials with /her signature. Passports or photocopy of passports from all competitors must be available for checking during the accreditation process. A delayed appearance or no-show at control of entries may result in the exclusion of all participants from the draw and the event. In case of unforeseen delay of arrival the Federation must contact immediately the organizer and the IJF registration team (registration@ijf.org) An accreditation card with photograph will be issued to competitors, officials and media. This accreditation card should be carried at all times.
Number of accreditations for officials:  a) 1 – 4 competitors : 3 officials  b) 5 – 9 competitors : 5 officials  c) More than 10 competitors : 7 officials
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MB OF PA CIPANTS ion tio nte ies in total for men and 10 entries for women.  axim o athletes per category for men and the same for women will be wed. The total delega f b en and women is a maximum of 20 athletes. Note: pe n be en red in one weight category  en f n erations – IJF Members will be accepted
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10. COMPETITION RULES a. The competition will be conducted in accordance with the latest IJF SOR, IJF Refereeing and IJ Dopin s. Especially refer to the New Uniform IJF Tournament System n epe . t :  en: -55kg, -60k -66kg, -73kg, -81kg, -90kg, -100kg, +100kg o kg -52kg, -57kg, -63kg, -70kg, -78kg, +78kg of : M OMEN four (4) minutes (real time).
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2. N a. a accordance with the IJF SOR. A random weigh-in will be organ ze efore the first contests in the morning of the competition. Four athletes will be selected from all categories except +78kg and 100kg. The rules will be the same as those of
JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, FT LAUDERDALE, FL 2014
the official weigh-in with the exception that the athletes do not need to bring their passports, as their accreditation is sufficient for identification. The weight of the athlete cannot be more th igh ithout than fficial maximum weight limit of the category. Any a twit ei nce ot be allowed to participate in the competition. b. lete’s al will heduled the day before the competition at 20:00. • Unofficial weigh-in: 19:30 to 20:00 (the day before)  • Official we h-in: 20:00 to (the day before) c. h-i he th y Suites Hotel and the Hilton Marina Hotel
DRA w cte14:00 on Tuesday 21 October 2014 at the Broward County v ntion Center. b. Each Nati r ast legate to attend the draw. A maximum of three  r athletes’ delegate) will be authorized. ei i ch weight category will be seeded according to the current ing List.
1 JUDOGI CONTROL a.pro udogiompetitors should wear an IJF approved judogi supplied by one of t e foll manufacturers: Greenhill, SFJAM NORIS, DANRHO, MIZUNO, Double D A, g Film, Budo Sport AG, ESSIMO, MATSURU B.V, KAPPA.
 oe operated with a sokuteiki by IJF Education Commission prior  e fight. Judogi must have an IJF Official Label “APPROVED JUDOGI” with an optical code which cannot be falsified. The label will be controlled with an optical lamp. Each of the competition clothing articles (jacket, trousers and belt) must have an IJF official label.
c.Backnumber: Each competitor is obliged to have sewn on the back of his judogi a backnumber bearing his surname and his National Olympic Committee abbreviation. The backnumbers must be fixed horizontally and centered on the back of the judogi. They must be placed at a distance of 3cm from the bottom of the collar.The backnumber can only be ordered from www.ijfbacknumber.com or www.mybacknumber.com
d.Advertising: Competitors should carry on the back of their jacket the IJF and organizer dedicated sponsors of the event. Advertising on the judogi must be in compliance with the IJF regulations. Refer to Guidance of Judogi Control Document published on 15 June 2011.
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onal Emblem: Athletes can have their national emblem on the left front part of the within a space of 100cm2.
If an athlete does not respect the judogi rules, the coach who is responsible for the athlete e suspended for the rest of the competition of the day. In the case of a repeated o the coach would then be suspended for the rest of the competition.
15. PARTICULAR RULES FOR WOMEN male ntestants shall wear under the jacket either, a round necked plain white or off-tee irt, with short sleeves, made of non-rigid material, long enough to be worn inside or a plain white or off-white leotard with short sleeves. No marking should be l the judogi is done up. All other regulations must be adhered to.
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16. COACHING Code of behavior of coaches as defined in the Sports and Organization Rules will be strictly observed, inclusive the Dress Code. • Coaches are not allowed to give indications to the competitors while they are fighting. • Only during the pause time (after matte), will coaches be permitted to give indications to their athletes. • After the pause is finished, and the fight continues (hajime), coaches must keep silent. • If a coach doesn´t follow these rules, they can be expelled from the competition area. • If the coach persists with this behavior from outside the competition area, they could be penalized.
17. DOPING CONTROL Doping control for individual events will include in each category:  a. the winner of the category  b. one of the three other medal winners by draw Doping control for the team event will include:  • Two (2) members of each medal-winning team; the choice of the weight categories is dra Dr arri n e wi Anti-doping Rules and the Sport and Or n Rule th g th petition before the start of the finals block. Competitors hav rt to the Dopin Control Station immediately after signing the oti orm. nt IS .4.4, Prior doping control athletes are allowed to ta n th ng ny their press commitments or receive medical trea eed selected com will be constantly accompanied by an official chap one (appointed by the Or anizing Committee) from the time of Notification until arrivi the Do in Contr io perso f the athletes’ choice (team doctor, coach, traine legatio ) m c n .
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NI F ITIES  h r ssions will be organized taking into consideration the  atio Federation everyday on the basis first request made first served. If you b g please send a request for a booking sheet to the Organizer.
 A r t any country with applying for an entry visa for athletes and . o , VISA to enter the United States of America, please send the Organizer as soon as possible (latest 31 August 2014) list of participants according to visa application form with full names, passport numbers, date of birth, and positions (MUST send together with scanned Passport Copies according to the relevant updated requirement of the United States Government). Please see form C at the end of the entry packet.
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21. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE al Federations, officials, coaches and athletes participating in the Junior World Judo nships have to respect and accept the authority of the IJF officials, the Statutes, the Sports and Organization Rules, the Refereeing Rules of the International Judo Federation, as well as the IJF Antidoping Rules. According to the IJF Rules and SOR Provisions, individuals deemed to have acted against the IJF, its principles or purposes shall be subject to suspension r expulsion from the event and/or cancellation of their accreditation cards.
22. ATTENTION VERY IMPORTANT ompetitors wearing their white judogi (no shoes, flip flops or socks) will stand behind the podium ing to the following order 2,1,3,3. Every competitor having won a medal has to attend the ceremony to receive their medal in person. If a competitor is absent during the awarding ceremony for no valid reason they will lose the right to have the medal. It is strictly forbidden for competitors on the podium to bring national flags or the similar identification other than the one represented in the regular manner on their equipment. Any demonstration of religious, political, personal or commercial sign is prohibited and so is wearing a cap or any other head cover.
23. SEMINAR The International Judo Federation in cooperation with USA Judo will be offering a number of key issues seminar during the days preceding these championships. It has been our experience that many teams do arrive early in order to get acclimated, and coaches, team leaders and delegations’ medical staff may gain from been a part of presentation by experienced professionals in their respective field. On Saturday, Sunday and Monday a one hour seminar will be offered with topics ranging from coaching, training and strategy, to event administration / management, sports competition as an entertainment value, to proper diet for controlling weight, doping control new rule changes, avoiding injuries, etc… . Another one of the key topics will be a presentation on the IJF Judo Academy and it benefits to the sport of Judo in the world. Within the next few weeks, we will email to everyone the exact program so that everyone may plan to attend as long as you are arriving early to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for these championships. Contact for more information :LINA.CARVAJAL@USAJUDO.US
Saturday 18 October
Sunday 19 October
Monday 20 October
14:00-16:00
11:00 – 13:00
10:00 – 13:00
“Coaching, AdministrationBroward County & Medical Staff Seminar”Convention Center “Coaching, Administration Broward county & Medical Staff Seminar “ Convention Center Session II “Coaching, AdministrationBroward County & Medical Staff Seminar”Convention Center Session III
24. DISNEY WORLD In case there may be a few that would like to make a one-day outing to Disney World, Animal Kingdom or Universal Studios in Orlando, we will organize one-day tours. These tours would leave the hotel at approximately 6 a.m. and be back at 10:00 p.m. to the hotel on the same day. We will have information on these tours available on an “as needed basis” so please request the information if your delegation is interested. Orlando is approximately a 3 hour bus ride from Ft. Lauderdale. Contact for more information:LINA.CARVAJAL@USAJUDO.US
WELCOME TO FT LAUDERDALE, FL, USA!!!